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Thread began 6/29/2012 10:16 am by bill3786 | Last modified 7/06/2012 12:24 pm by bill3786 | 1273 views | 13 replies

bill3786

Ok, found it, it shows localhost.3306

There is only "localhost" in the site definition so is .3306 required?

Having a problem with the DFP on the product update and insert pages after moving from a 1&1 shared hosting to 1&1 VPS.

DFP worked perfectly on the update and insert for the product images on the shared hosting where the path to the upload folder was ../images/productimages

On the VPS the DFP causes the image name to be deleted in the database.

Tried a number of different paths combinations with no luck.

Also noticed that on opening the update server behaviour a window appears stating "SQL type not recognised"

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